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sperity of his fellow-citizens :-For his ex- 11. Thomas Jenour, Efq; in the comemplary publick spirit and independance, in mission of the peace for Middlesex. making the preservation of the laws and 12. Enlign Gardner, of col. Leigbton's liberties of his country, the constant and

reg. of foot. invariable rule of all his actions,

Mr. Elton, a common-council-man of MARRIAGES and BIRTHS.

the ward of Farringdon Witbir, and deputy 1 Illiam Turnbull, Esq; of Hamp- to Mr. Alderman Blachford.

17. Mr. Chriftopber Hudfor, an agent of ment's-Inn.

2. Rev. Mr. Miller, to Miss Wat for, of 20. Master Scott, aged 5 years, son of Pall. Mall.

the Rt. Hon. the earl of Dalkeilb. 9. John Carmichael, Esq; to Miss Jenny Chrift.pher Jeffrefon, Esq; member for Grant, at Edinburgh.

Cambridge. jo. Sir Simon Metcalfe, of Richmond in John Stevenson, Esq; at Newton in Surrey, to Miss Arnold, of Fenchurch-Street. Cambridgeshire, in the commission of the

Sreward W1.fon, Esq; clerk of the peace peace for the said county. for Rutlandjhire, to Miss Spicer.

Sir Charles Tyrrel, of Thornton in Busks, 1. Thomas Brand, of lyfield in Elex, bart, whose family has been of knightly deEfq; member for Storeham, to lady Caroline gree ever tince the conquest, he being the Pierpoint, aunt to the duke of Kingston, 25th in descent from Sir Walter Tyrrel, who

12. Jejua Redshaw, Esq; an eminent is said to have thot K. William Rufus in the Portugal merchant, to Miss Porgy Cooling, New Foreft. of Stoke Newington.

22. Matthew Concannon, Esq; somo time James Harrison, of Chelsea, Esq; to Miss fince attorney-general at Jamaica, and auMargaret Carlton.

thor of several pieces of poetry. Randal Wilmer, of Staple's-Inn, Esq; to 23. Dr. John Conningbam, an eminent Miss Suger.

and learned physician. 14. Robert Lynch, Esq; eldeft son of Sir

25. James Lever, Esq; one of the diHenry Lynch, of Calle Carra in Ireland, rectors of the Bank. Bart. to Mifs Elizabetb Barker, an heiress

Ecclefiaftical PREFERMENTS. of 50,0col. fortune. 15. James Dubordieu, Esq; of Richmond,

R. Taylor, presented to the chapel in to Miss Pratton,

19.---Rifhbrook, Esq; an eminent bar- room of Dr. Wilson, who relign'd; and rifter at law, to Miss Edwards, of Savage

Mr. Downs, appointed affiftant preacher to Gardens, a 12,000 h. fortune.

the said chapel.-Mr. Gibbons, B. D. to the 13. The lady of Sir William Barrington,

rectory of Charlton in Eflex.-Mr. Thomas deliver'd of a son and heir.

Stringer Norton, to the rectory of Holswor14. The lady of the Right Hon. Henry

tby in Devonshire.-Yohn Jago, M. A. to Fox, Esq; secretary at war, of a son.

the rectory of St. Peter Tady in Devonshire. The lady of William Drake, Esq; of a son.

--George Henning, B. A. chosen minister of DEATHS.

Poole in Dorset fire.—Mr. George Greene, of Jan. 1. R. Ryan, sollicitor to the St. John's-college, Cambridge, choren diviAdmiralty.

nity professor in that university, in the room 4. Edmund Pike Heatb, Esq; a gentleman

of Dr. Wballey, deceased.--Hobr Carter, of a good Estate in Surrey.

M. A. presented to the rectory of Soutba The lady of Sir Hugb Dalrymple, bart.

cove in Suffolk.- Mr. Barker, to the rectory memb. for the thire of Haddington in Score

of Range in S:fix,Mr. Drake, to the land.

rectory of Bliecbing in Devonshire. - Mr. Charles Pilswortb, Esq; an eminent

May, to the rectory of St. Botolpb in Camcounsellor at law, memb. for Aylesbury in

bridge.-Dr.Creflet, made bishop of Llandef, the last parliament.

in the room of Dr. Gilbert, promoted to Rev. Mr. Inett, prebendary of Wincbefter

the fee of Salisbury,.- Joba Dallon, M. A. and Worcester.

made a prebendary of Worcester.-Abp. of 5. Barry Love, Esq; in the commision York, made his majesty's high almoner. of the peace at Yarmourb, and high sheriff PROMOTIONCivil and Military. of Norfolk in 1745.

IS grace the duke of Richmond, ap6. Henry Pye, Esq; father to Henry Pye Efq; memb. for Berkshire

the room of the late duke of Somerset.-Sic 8. Mr. James Mendez, a wealthy Jew

William Milner, Bart. made receiver gemerchant.

neral of the licences to publick houses, in Mr. Abrabam Francia, an eminent Jesu the room of William Poynez, Esq; deceased. wine-merchant.

Hon. Bryan Fairfax, Esq; uncle to the [Tbe arber Promotions and Bankrupts in lord Fair fax, and one of his majesty's com- our next.) muffioners of the cultoms,




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last year amounted to 9770, being 1347 in Friesland, the states of Holland more than the year 1747. issued two placaerts; by the first of which The evacuation of the towns in the Nc. they declared, That the duty on beer was therlands, was, for some reason or other, on not, as some people imagined, of the num- a sudden countermanded by the Frencb; la ber of chose duties, which were in June that a new convention became necessary, last suppretred, when the pachs were abo. and in consequence thereof the Asian lished, and therefore they renewed and

troops have since taken poffeffion of confirmed all the placaerts, by which those Tiri:mon! and Louvain, duties were imposed ; and prohibited the Paris, Dec. 39, N. S. The king has fetting up of any new brewhouses, or any made a promotion of 9: lieut. generals, 89 persons to brew that were not publick major-generals, 79 brig. generals of foot, brewers. And the other placaert is, for 43 of horse, and 7 of dragoons.--- The encouraging the brewery within that pro- pregnancy of madam the dauphiness is now vince, by reviving the duties upon beer publickly known, and that princess is in a imported, which ceased ever fince the abo.

perfect fate of health. lition of the pachts, and which are now Madrid, Jan. 7, N. S. In order to to be levied by collectors employed by the strengthen the good understanding between states.

their Britannick and Catholick majefties, a His serene highness the stadtholder re

scheme is on foot, according to which turned to the Hague from Friesland on the Great Britain is to restore Gibraltar, in 31st ult. N. S. late at night, after having consideration of an equivalent being given by his proclamations made several new re- to her in the Weft-Indies, which, 'tis said, gulations in that province, particularly one is to be the island of Porto. Rico. If this for restoring the nobility to all their antient scheme should take effect, the limits for the rights, and preventing any person's pre- navigation of the American seas will be tending to that rank, who cannot make much easier regulated. out his title ; and another for preventing Geneva, Jan. 12. When the young preall unlawful practices in the election of their tender arrived at Pont-Beauvoisin, he deputies to the states general : After which seemed to be taken very dangerously ill, a general indemnity, without any excep- and every body imagined he was so in tions, was published for all persons con- reality ; but after he was in bed, one of his cerned in the late commotions; and, in attendants assumed his place, and in the consequence thereof several persons, who morning early he flipt away drefs'd like a had been taken up on that account, were merchant, with one servant only, and made fet at liberty.

the best of his way on foot to Avignon, Since his highness's departure, the states where he arrived on the 24th ult. incog. of Friesland, by his advice, have itsued 3 Avignon, Jan. 5, N. S. His royal highplacaerts ; by the first of which they have ness the infant don Pbilip arrived here the re-established the revenues of the little seal; 31st ult. and on the ad inft. departed for by the second they have re-established the Aix. The young pretender has been here poll-tax, chimney-tax, land-tax, and the ever since the 24th ult, but continued intax upon horned cattle and horses ; and by cog. till the day of the royal infant's departhe third, to replace the abolished paches ture, when he made a publick entry. upon the necessaries of life, they have im- The congress at Nice still continues very pored upon all persons not reputed ab. busy about settling the affairs of Iraly ; but solutely poor, a monthly contribution, up- as a stop was put to the evacuations in Flan. on each person, in proportion to the ders, those in Italy were likewise counterquantities of those necessaries he usually manded, so that no one has yet been made consumes; all which taxes are to be levied either in Italy or Savoy. However, an exby collectors appointed by the states, and change of prisoners has been effected, and not farmed out to pachters as formerly, the Auftrians that were prisoners at Genoa, and each person's proportion to the last is to the number of about 1700, are re. to be settled by an officer appointed by his turned to Milan, as are the Genoefe hofta. serene highness; which gives him a sort of ges to Genoa ; all the other prisoners are unlimited power over the estate of every on both sides set at liberty, and returned to man in the province, and is worse than

their respective countries. the tax called the Taille in France, because Vienna, Jan. 4, N. S. In the night of the the nobility as well as the commons are sub- 14th ult. a large mountain cover'd with ject to it.

vines, in the neighbourhood of Foedwar, a. A most dreadful fire happened, the bout midway between Buda and Peterware beginning of this month, at Flufbing in Zea. dein, fell with a prodigious noise into the land, which consumed the arsenal, the prince Danube, in the midst of which river it now of Orange's house, the great church, and a forms two little hills, the pallage between confiderable part of the town.

them being equally dangerous and dreadful. The mortality bills at Amsterdam for


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XIX. Promo ions ; Marriages and Births IX, An Astronomical Question proposed. Deaths ; Bankrupts. X. A Geometrical Question solved.

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